Major incident response: how each tragedy informs future nursing care
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Major incident response: how each tragedy informs future nursing care

Daniel Allen Health journalist

With every mass casualty event comes improved clinical understanding and greater preparedness

When a bullet is fired into a gelatine block, the gelatine behaves in a similar way to human muscle tissue. By using high-speed digital photography, the impact of the bullet can be tracked.

Nursing Standard. 34, 7, 38-40. doi: 10.7748/ns.34.7.38.s19

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